To coincide with Chelsea Flower Show and the Chelsea Fringe Festival, Chelsea Barracks will open to the public for the first time in over 150 years to reveal two of the development’s seven garden squares; Mulberry Square and Bourne Walk.
Landscape architect Neil Porter of Gustafson Porter & Bowman, together with the team at Chelsea Barracks, has collaborated with Jo Thompson MSGD to create two floral spectaculars for the public to enjoy in time for the 2019 RHS Chelsea Flower Show and Chelsea Fringe Festival. The opening of the site and garden squares to the public marks a significant milestone for the development.
An entirely new neighbourhood in one of the worlds most anticipated addresses; Chelsea Barracks will comprise a rare collection of apartments, penthouses and townhouses with in excess of 5 acres of land dedicated to public gardens.
In addition to the garden squares opening this May, Chelsea Barracks Kitchen by Ollie Dabbous will be opening exclusively for the duration of Chelsea Flower Show (21-25th May 2019) and Chelsea Fringe Festival, at the heart Chelsea Barracks, in Belgravia.